Caregiving in first-episode psychosis: social characteristics associated with perceived 'burden' and associations with compulsory treatment.

@article{Boydell2014CaregivingIF,
  title={Caregiving in first-episode psychosis: social characteristics associated with perceived 'burden' and associations with compulsory treatment.},
  author={Jane E Boydell and Juliana Onwumere and Rina Dutta and Vishal Bhavsar and Nathan R Hill and Craig Morgan and Paola Dazzan and Kevin Morgan and Madonna Pararajan and Elizabeth Kuipers and Peter Edward Jones and Robin MacGregor Murray and Paul Fearon},
  journal={Early intervention in psychiatry},
  year={2014},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={122-9}
}
AIMS High incidence of psychosis and compulsory treatment within black and minority ethnic (BME) groups in the UK remain a concern. Psychosis has an impact on families and family involvement is important in predicting compulsory treatment. We therefore aimed to report the levels and predictors of caregiver burden in first-episode psychosis, in white British, and BME groups of carers, and investigate their relevance to compulsory treatment. METHODS A total of 124 caregivers were interviewed… CONTINUE READING
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